Publication Date

5-2-1972

Abstract

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Miller, Roger & Steven Russell. Strikeout?: John Minton Says He Will Inform President Students Went Housing Study Committee
  • PepsiCo Executive to Speak at May 13 Graduation – Donald Kendall
  • Ayers, Elaine. Mother and Daughter to Graduate Together – Ann Rector, Cynthia Frey
  • This is Year’s Final Herald
  • Ellison, April. John Kenneth Galbraith Says Nixon Actions Will Change Economic Theories
  • Coeds Eligible for Southern Kentucky Beauty Pageant
  • Buddy Childress Explains Gift Pacs
  • Refrigerator Contracts Expire May 12
  • Year in Review 1971-72: Herald Tells It Like It Was
  • Yesterday’s Strike Leaves Some Probing Questions
  • Glass, Reginald. Letter to the Editor
  • Weeks, Steve. Fred Haas, Planner of WKU’s Color TV, Resigns to Manage Ecuador Station
  • French Exchange Has Openings
  • Cross, Al. George McGovern Captures 10 Delegates at County Convention
  • Speech Contest Set Thursday
  • Summer Registration Set
  • Miss Lynda Grogan Receives Governor’s Merit Award
  • Chi Omega Slates Convention
  • Carlisle, Dolly. Boo!! Van Meter Ghost Haunts Western’s Actors
  • Enrollment for May Term Nets 1,268
  • Radford, Judy. WKU Students, Ministers to Attend Explo ‘72
  • Patterson, Tom. Jerry Potter, With You on the Mound, They’d Bunt Us to Death
  • Wedding, George, et al. Western 1971-1972 A Year to Remember
  • Pete Franklin, Miss Wanda Strange Named Best Thespians
  • Miller, Roger. Folk Arts Day was a Good Time
  • Child’s Play Closes Tonight
  • Concert Band to Present Americana Tonight at 8
  • Miller, Roger. Beautiful Day Sounds Like the Jefferson Airplane
  • Dance Line to Replace Band’s Silver Girls
  • Ayers, Elaine. David Sutherland: Inefficient but Confident
  • Register, Mona. Great Canoe Race Won by Splashy Veterans on Campus Team
  • Music Department to Present Choral Concert
  • W.C. Fields Flying Ace Set for Gaslight
  • They’re All Excited: Kathy Knight to Attend Mt. Laurel
  • Lois Eigelbach Vies for Miss Kentucky Crown
  • Miss Tamara Branstetter Heads for Miss USA Contest
  • Potter, Jerry. Baseball Team Ends Season Like It Began—In the Rain
  • Witt, Travis. Ohio Valley Conference Revamps Baseball Schedule
  • Potter, Jerry. It was a Very Funny Year, Just Ask Benny Dees, Jim Pickens or Leo Peckepaugh
  • Tennis Team Downs Governors – Austin Peay State University
  • Lawrence, Fred. Alan Launder Succeeds on Praise and Honesty
  • Lawrence, Fred. Topper Track Coaches Apprehensive About Ohio Valley Conference

Disciplines

African American Studies | Communication | Higher Education Administration | Journalism Studies | Mass Communication | Public Relations and Advertising | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Social History | Social Influence and Political Communication | Sociology | Sports Studies | United States History | Women's History